Evernote syncs over the Internet so you will have all of your notes and documents available online, from phones to computers to tablets.
Stay Organized! Evernote has a built in organizational structure that you MUST FOLLOW in order to use it effectively. The three main components are Notebooks, Notes, and Tags.
Notebooks are like file folders. Say you have a new big project at work that will require many different documents. Create a notebook! This is where you will find everything related to that project.
Inside your notebook, you can place individual notes. These can be audio recordings of meetings, notes taken during meetings, photos, documents, and even emails.
This is how your new note will look on an iPad tablet. Every new note you add for your project should be inside your New Project notebook.
Tags are like bookmarks. They help you locate documents that focus on a certain subject. They allow you to identify common attributes of notes, no matter what notebook they are in.
Say you need a financial piece for every project you put out. Tag "finances" to your note about financials. That way, when you search "finances," all notes that were tagged "finances" will appear
Say you like to clip recipes from online. Tag dinner recipes with "dinner" and baking ideas with "baking." Come dinner time, simply search for "dinner" and all the recipes you clipped will appear!